This is the basic layout of the Dahrconian house of Lords. Click image to see it in full size. And be advised that this is just a rough sketch of what the main section of the House of Lords looks like. Behind the Labor Democrats benches is the Yes Hall and behind the Conservative Centrists benches is the No Hall. This is how disputes are settled. However these halls only act in this manner during votes only. Bells will ring to let people know that a vote is active. This process takes 10 minutes. If you don't pass through one off these halls during that time then your vote won't count. Behind the Throne is where the Monarch enters the House. The back room is also used for Lords only conversations and to gather after you cast your vote in one of the voting halls.